Chlorine gas is the most common and cheapest way to chlorinate water but is relatively dangerous to use, compared to ... and chlorite ions (OCI ), which are powerful oxidizing agents and responsible for the disinfectant action of the solution. ... with organic substances (combined chlorine) and are essentially inactivated (Tchobanoglous and Schroeder 1985). ... with the chloride ion (CIaquot;), which is an important irrigation water quality ion, but has no disinfectant properties (Green 1987).
|Title||:||The Container tree nursery manual|
|Author||:||Thomas D. Landis, United States. Forest Service|